I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated all of your thoughtful comments. They were helpful and constructive and I thank you for them all. So helpful were they, that I may ask for help again in the near future. We’re talking about what you want to see in YOUR Popular Woodworking magazine. You are helping to shape the way I, and others like me, deliver ww content. I think that’s exciting. And so very “Schwarzich” (that would be pigeon german for Chris Schwarz-like).
I have the article I’m working on sorted. I’m 2 ahead of the December issue. Both are boarded furniture related, and I may do more in what is shaping up to be an interesting series on the subject (though they may not all be in order, I’ll let you know).
For those interested, I think I need to cover what I feel are the essential elements of the style in detail. And since I believe that form follows process, I feel I must cover some details of the process I use. But I’ll limit how much of that I share with you. And thanks to all of you who recommended as much.
Lastly, I want to make sure I say clearly that I’m not feeling oppressed by my evil editor Megan Fitzpatrick. I always feel privileged and grateful for the support everyone at PW has given A&M. It can’t be great for the bottom line. A&M exists because of the personal commitments of folks like Megan (and Bob and Linda). I hope I didn’t lead anyone to believe I felt differently.